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On historic register. 16+/- acres

Does anyone know of any from Coweta south to Macon? I know of one in Barnesville that sold a few years ago.

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WOW; that one should keep you busy a while...I know you have intensive experience in the tax office but I think I would call the surrounding tax assessors and see what they know...something like this will be well known by the chief appraiser if not everyone in the office.+

BTW, good to hear from you again, how is your husband...?

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Don't know anything about them or the areas, but here's some in FMLS:

4309619 536 WOLFSKIN Road, Arnoldsville

3850182 1301 Kirkland Road, Covington

 5049827 930 Spring Street, Washington

4064433 1415 Carl Bethlehem Road, Auburn

5058605 384 MARK DODD Road, Jefferson

4232300 2411 Sandy Creek Road, Commerce

4142129 208 N Jackson Street, Monroe

4059658 1981 Broughton Road, Newborn

4304891 384 MARK DODD Road, Jefferson

4255425 2199 Bradley Gin Road, Monroe

4254013 448 Club Road, Buchanan
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Thanks! I rarely look in FMLS since it isn't big in our southern area
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MEP my husband is doing well. Enjoying retirement. He is officially my barn boy/assistant

Mel what parameters & what field did you use in FMLS? Like I said I am not good with that system. I do have it, but I rarely use it

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In FMLS I used 60+ years old, 5-10 and 20+ acres, then search.  
It may also help to search under Farms as well. 
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2 Homes on Historic Register
GMLS#7530227 8450 LaGrange Hwy Greenville GA sold 02/16 $425,000 on 23.98 ac, has guest house.

GMLS#7029263 1590 Carver Rd active with KO Home & smokehouse on historic register. Two free standing accessory units, carriage house. Depending on how much land goes with it there may be another horse barn included

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Have you found that being on the Register makes much of a difference in value?  I've done several across the state from small bungalows in city limits to large plantation homes out in the middle of nowhere and found that the market didn't seem to assign a negative or positive value differential for being on the Register.

I had initially thought it would, after finding that being on the Register frequently restricted the home owner on any changes or renovations they might wish to make.

The primary value difference I found was due to condition.  Homes on the Register tended to be better maintained.
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No not really, it certainly is a specialized market. When people find out that can't do certain things they are less likely to buy. I really enjoy working on them. I wish I could change the header to Homes on Historic Register
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Have you found that being on the Register makes much of a difference in value?  I've done several across the state from small bungalows in city limits to large plantation homes out in the middle of nowhere and found that the market didn't seem to assign a negative or positive value differential for being on the Register.

I had initially thought it would, after finding that being on the Register frequently restricted the home owner on any changes or renovations they might wish to make.

The primary value difference I found was due to condition.  Homes on the Register tended to be better maintained.


I have found that being on the register didn't matter much.  However, being in a district seem to have a significant effect on older homes in the city.  Older homes outside of a district seem to be surrounded by poorly maintained homes and with a much different appeal than older homes within a district that are surrounded by homes kept up to a certain standard.

Also, if you note, older homes on the register seem to do better when they are within a closer proximity to higher education, mueseums, antique stores and other amenities that appeal to someone who would have a specific interest in a historic residence rather than just some random schmuck that bought a big old house.

I haven't done many lately but I've done a lot of these and done a lot of research with buyers/sellers and historic preservation societies.  There are organizations (based in savanah) that list properties on the list and in districts for sale throughout the united states.  You can search based on architectural style, state etc.

It takes a lot to track down, but OldHouses.com has a wealth of information.  Warning... If old houses interest you at all it can be a bit of a rabbit hole leading you deeper and deeper.

I suggest that if you haven't done any significant old residences you should take the first assignment you get.  Charge about 3-4000 and see what all you can learn.  Learning about old homes and what makes them significant will change your perspective on modern homes and what makes them desireable and what makes them failures.

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1590 Carver Rd active with KO Home & smokehouse on historic register. Two free standing accessory units, carriage house. Depending on how much land goes with it there may be another horse barn included


Sold again. Griffin GA if anyone needs it. NICE place on the register. Smokehouse is on the register too. Really cool place. Big old house built just after the Civil War. I would love to know how this person built such a showplace when the majority of the south was in ashes.

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